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Patients and CareGivers

We view our patients and their families as one single unit of care, with their own unique physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs.

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Hospice Care

Hospice provides compassionate, comfort-oriented care with an emphasis on pain management and symptom control for individuals with terminal illnesses, as well as spiritual and emotional support for patients and their families.

Hospice Care Explained
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Palliative Care

Palliative Care helps people complete conventional disease-modifying treatments by keeping them informed, in control, out of pain, and supported.

Palliative Care Explained

Comprehensive Support

Our hospice and palliative care programs provide comprehensive, coordinated care that includes expert medical care, pain management, informational counseling on health directives, emotional and spiritual support, and family services such as respite care and bereavement groups.

We treat our patients holistically as they navigate the changes and challenges that accompany life-threatening illnesses. Our interdisciplinary team works together to provide customized plans of care that address physical, emotional, social, and spiritual support.

Comprehensive Support

Comprehensive Support

Our hospice and palliative care programs provide comprehensive, coordinated care that includes expert medical care, pain management, informational counseling on health directives, emotional and spiritual support, and family services such as respite care and bereavement groups.

We treat our patients holistically as they navigate the changes and challenges that accompany life-threatening illnesses. Our interdisciplinary team works together to provide customized plans of care that address physical, emotional, social, and spiritual support.

Comprehensive Support
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Choose The Care That’s Right For You

We offer experienced, comprehensive support and clinical care from the day of diagnosis, through active treatment, to end of life.

Over the course of their illness, our flexible care options enable patients to seamlessly move back and forth between our home-based services and our inpatient services at our Branford, CT waterfront facility.

Care Services

When's the Right Time?

Palliative and hospice care can help patients at any stage of a progressive or acute illness, from diagnosis through treatment, to end of life, and are most beneficial for improving quality of life when they are provided for months rather than weeks or days.

Decision Help
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Paying for Care

As a Medicare-certified hospice, our programs qualify for the Medicare Hospice Benefit.
Additionally, many insurance companies cover palliative and hospice care.

Our additional comprehensive support services are available to our patients at no additional charge.

Paying for Care

Contact Admissions

Admissions may be scheduled seven days a week.
Call our Centralized Intake Department: (203) 315-7540.

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